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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On human health and on the environment, including contributing to climate change, requiring the labels was a mostly symbolic move by the Cambridge city council, officials have no idea whether the warnings are having an impact on anyone's behavior, but they may at least be raising awareness. Transportation is the sector with the biggest greenhouse gas footprint in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency says cars and trucks account for the lion's share of emissions. That means weaning drivers off of gas powered cars will be critical to the fight against climate change. Increasing the affordability of electric vehicles will help, Cambridge officials think they're reminders to drivers could also help, it can't hurt and it's easy to do one city council member says she doesn't understand why the idea hasn't taken off. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. What is dedication? The thing that drives me every day is a day is very annoying. We call them day to day for short. Every day he's hungry for something, whether it's attention, affection, knowledge, and there's this huge responsibility and making sure that when he's no longer under my wing, that he's a good person. I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers. The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything. So as a dad, you felt like you had to know everything. You had to get everything right. It's okay to make mistakes. As long as it's coming from love, then, you know, it kind of starts to work itself out. I want him to be able to

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're even considering getting your high school diploma, go get it. You can do it. No one gets a diploma alone. If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma, you have help. Find free adult education classes near you at finish or diploma dot org that's finished your diploma dot org, brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the ad council. This is the Bloomberg green report. Since early last year, every gas pump in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has had a warning label. It reads, burning gasoline, diesel, and ethanol has major consequences on human health and on the environment, including contributing to climate change. Requiring the labels was a mostly symbolic move by the Cambridge city council, officials have no idea whether the warnings are having an impact on anyone's behavior, but they may at least be raising awareness. Transportation is the sector with the biggest greenhouse gas footprint in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency says cars and trucks account for the lion's share of emissions. That means weaning drivers off of gas powered cars will be critical to the fight against climate change. Increasing the affordability of electric vehicles will help Cambridge officials think they're reminders to drivers could also help, it can't hurt and it's easy to do when city council member says she doesn't understand why the idea hasn't taken off. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents tax chat with Lisa Goldman, partner and leader of burden's international tax and advisory practice. An NFT or non fungible token is a certificate that entitles the holder to certain rights associated with a digital asset. These assets come attack implications that will likely be governed by general tax principles

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If you're even considering getting your high school diploma, go get it, you can do it. No one gets a diploma alone. If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma, you have help. Find free adult education classes near you at finish or diploma dot org that's finish your diploma dot org, brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the ad council. This is the Bloomberg green report, since early last year, every gas pump in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has had a warning label. It reads, burning gasoline, diesel, and ethanol has major consequences on human health and on the environment, including contributing to climate change, requiring the labels was a mostly symbolic move by the Cambridge city council, officials have no idea whether the warnings are having an impact on anyone's behavior, but they may at least be raising awareness, transportation is the sector with the biggest greenhouse gas footprint in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency says cars and trucks account for the lion's share of emissions. That means weaning drivers off of gas powered cars will be critical to the fight against climate change Increasing the affordability of electric vehicles will help, Cambridge officials think they're reminders to drivers could also help, it can't hurt and it's easy to do one city council member says she doesn't understand why the idea hasn't taken off. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chat with Jeff Kovacs, partner and head of the technology and life sciences practice. Early to mid stage technology companies often ask what is my company worth? While valuing companies at these stages is often

"cambridge city council" Discussed on The Young Jurks

The Young Jurks

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on The Young Jurks

"All in. All of them has the address. Because that's ongoing harm in i remember. In my first term we had a bit of a kerfuffle in city hall about the state flag because that's racist and is harmful to the native people in with the young young girl who came to testify at city and she's native american and she said she was attending weekly programs for empowering girls at city hall and had the turn her face away from the flag because it was so offensive to her while she was there and that was a really powerful in a moment. Because like you said for all of us we just like. Oh yeah. that's the state flag. Whatever like we don't think the right exactly at my white skin that's what people think right and so until you hear somebody explain that and until you listen to that in understand that perspective in say while. I understand now why that would hurt you. Even if it's not necessarily hurting me in the same way right that's when you can begin to do justice. Say do we need to keep the same flag. Why can't we come up with a more beautiful flag that honors everybody that honors all of our heritage and a dozen eventually harm. And that's the beautiful thing about the justices said it is for everybody. You know people think it's oh it's only for the black people is only for the no. It's it's about you reparations to me it's like when i see that word i think about repairing harm. Let's be really what it is is making up. And i really like the you guys have added the word restitution in there for the drug war because you know. Show me the money. Like i feel like so many times. It's nice that you have a commission to figure out you know what to do and you know. We need that but a lot of times. That's where it ends on a lot of these things. It's just like we're gonna we're gonna talk a lot about it. We're gonna come up with a new statue or new holiday or new this or do that by. We're not actually fixing the economic harm and there's only one way to fix when you've ripped people off its money. It's you're going to give show show them the money like open up the checkbook. I saw one of the city. Councillors said that they felt like it should be done more on the federal level versus the city council I i just didn't like that quote in cambridge on the cambridge day. Her main point or anything. I'm not gonna say her name but i just didn't like it because it felt like it's discounting. The power of cambridge city council has cambridge city council. Leads on these issues. It has forever. it's it's gonna. This is what the cambridge city council is four. I mean it starts here. This is when when we did Look at cannabis. Cannabis started in certain places like in little cities and out west of california medical started. So like that's how these things start right. Yeah i totally agree. You know the the federal responsibility for slavery war on drugs. Housing discrimination is enormous. There's no question about it right. The federal government literally owes s trillions of dollars for for that harm but to say that you know we have to wait until the federal government gets their act together and start sending us checks no because just as delayed is justice denied and the the real irony is that the federal government is sending us checks cambridge accepted sixty five million dollar check from the bite administration as part of the american rescue plan funds to pay for. Were coming out of code..

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And that's where we're working through the process so we wanna get we. We made the commitment. We put a half a million dollars in to To get this process started. There's a lot of questions and a lot of Pieces of puzzle that we wanna fit together. We wanted to work. Wanted to be sustainable. We wanted to be sustainable. Not only in a financial egg. We wanted to be sustainable by support throughout the community. So it's it's a it's a so those all of those pieces of how it would work. I mentioned you need judy. In oregon in nineteen years it was a totally separation. During those years they built more and more connections with police after nineteen is it started to become a joint effort. And it's twenty four seven. They save the money but that is that was through a long period of of experience. So we'll looking for experience from dallas and denver and rochester new york and other places that are starting to look at this as to what is the right fit for our community to ensure that the strong support throttle community for this that we can get the dollars and hopefully see dolls from other places and we wanna make sure it works in a way that protects everyone inoculating so those i mean those are. There's not a clear answer but we are. We're right now in the middle of working with came on several weeks ago to To help us navigate all of that. I it was interesting. We met with the consultants last week and Chicago nine hundred thousand dollars aside to stop to explore this City of chicago size of chicago. We put a half a million dollars. Half a million dollars is the first step of trying to create. What we believe can be a a win for everyone but we wanna do it right and so those those challenges in questions we want to get the answers to as we kind move through this and in how to move forward and make this app you were talking about atomic gay mayor. Thomas mcgee from Lynn you know a mayor. I'm sure you Have studied my history and the cambridge city council where i retired after one term which i assume is what is guiding your decision after one term as mayor distended to step down maybe gays laughing as well he should i should say he's got a long career in politics to the people who are running to succeed. You support this program across the board. I hope or is it at risk in this next election. well the council. The council voted unanimously to keep in the budget. They have the option to.

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Shredder is a storage finland. Let me tell you and lynn. Here's my advice is an area right now. Some expertise after my week of work. Did you get see-through storage bins or once. You can't see into you can't see into them. I don't wanna see about big mistake rosemary. Let's see how it goes back too much for the goal robert watson. No if you think you could shred those fifty thousand. Jim brady for reelection to cambridge city council. Pamphlets continue garage. He says alas jim the smithsonian will not become guys name robert. It's almost like he's with me. I had so many bumper stickers. Jim brady for city council. Vote one meaning you know. Give me your number one vote. It was humiliating. And you say to yourself how many didn't eat and so by the way this is totally true story. Probably two thousand of them left. And i'm saying to myself i probably don't need a thousand jim geraghty for city council bumper. I was by the way for those zone. I ran for city council. One and i served one term as worst experience my life in any case. But how many do you think i ended up with. I have no idea. I decided that. I should keep one hundred. And after i put nine hundred give or take in the garbage. I said to myself. Why do i need more than two. I don't think my kids are going to say dad. Can you please leave us each of bumper sticker from your city council campaign. So i now have to bumper stickers from my nineteen ninety nine city council effort emily which says she's sitting in a doctor's parking lot waiting for two pm appointment and she just bought a shredder on amazon. True and insurance. Very you're next on boston. Public radio welcome to the show. Hi So i'm gonna vowed minimalist and this was my here I emptied every closet in my house. Pretty good house emptied every closet painted every closet. 'wow yeah i and you know. I don't throw anything in the trash..

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"That either work with the police or partnership with the police to respond to these situations. That is always going to help. But it's also really important. That police have de-escalation tools and alternatives to direct confrontation that is likely to escalate into a deadly force. Situation handrail. i. I'm hoping that there's a movement in this direction. And you know all i know is we. I think we talked to you last week. About lynn appropriating was at five hundred grand or something for similar sort of diversion cambridge city. Councils voting on something like this and boston are these aberration or is there finally some recognition in police departments across the country. That a that. This is the safer and by way. Cheaper according to most experts way to proceed with these these special kinds of situations. I think this could actually be a trend. I think things have reached a critical mass. Where the number of he's where Police are shooting and killing People who are in the throes of a mental health crisis when they respond to that situation. It's not to say that you know. In in some of the situations they respond to the person clearly can be armed can present danger to themself or themselves or others but the problem is that it ends up with that person dead and so there have been such a such an explosion of those reports recently and as i always say i think and i think maybe this is starting to happen when you look at what it costs to put. This kind of preventative stuff in place and you say well. That's really costly. If you're not considering settlements and judgments against police departments municipalities as a result of those deaths in those injuries when they are responding to these calls. You're not really calculating. The true cost so no matter how expensive it is. It's not really that expensive upfront. It is always going to cost you less than having the municipality or the department individual officers be sued And it costs you less in grief and sorrow and pain for the survivors of Of people who were killed. So i think i think it actually is a trend. I'm very hopeful that it's a trend and it's just smart. It's smart policing and it's good public safety. Let me just say one thing. You know a name that almost nobody knows greg long. Who's the acting head of. The boston polices happening on his watch. And he sort of under the radar after this dennis white fiasco of a month or so ago so good for him. Even an interim position implementing something that is so wise and so good. I we all think for the public. So little shoutout to a guy who's most people don't even know the name of so agree. I see holding things together. I think providing some good leadership..

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on KOMO

"An incentive to not give up on this and to continue to push the public health measures you're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, evening news. Come on news time. Six out too good evening to you. We have cloudy skies. Still, Some scattered showers are current downtown Seattle temperature 46 degrees. I'm Rick fantasized ELISA Jaffe with the week off and in the news cuts forced by covert and major changes to the police department. Among the big issues on the 2021 Seattle City budget, which come was Ryan Harris says. Was approved by 8 to 1 City Council vote just a little bit again. The cuts proposed for Seattle police amount to nearly 20% and include moving 911 and parking enforcement out of SPD, which the council approved in a separate bill. Many public commenters aligned with council member Shama Sawant are unhappy. The cuts aren't bigger. But council member Deborah War is calls 50% police de funding a slogan When you undo these type of racist institutions, it doesn't happen because you have a chance in a T shirt. It's being in the trench. She's in. Some of us have been there a long time moving forward Marchi towards a plan to do right by everybody. The council did have to make cuts to different departments because tax revenue has dropped during the pandemic. But it also approved an increase in the city's $20 tab. Feet of $40 to go toward transportation improvements. Ryan Harris, Come on, is And Mayor Jenny Durkin says she will sign that budget restaurants won't be able to have indoor dining for released the next few weeks. Combos Charlie Harder tells us now A bipartisan group of lawmakers say the hospitality industry needs a bailout. Restaurant owners, workers and their counterparts in the hotel industry are in deep financial trouble right now Republican State representative Genome Mosbacher runs a hotel and golden Dale and said she's appreciative of the governor's announcement last week. Of $135 million in support for the hospitality industry, But it's just simply not enough in an industry that's been hit this hard and is no threat of closing. Democratic states and Eric Karen Keiser says action must be taken. We're going to have people's holidays ruined their dreams ruined. Both sides say it will be one of the top priorities of the state Legislature, either in a special session soon, or the regular session that starts in January. Charlie. Harder come. Oh, news, And today we're learning the pandemic is causing more people in Washington to go hungry and making it harder for them to get help that part of our coverage now from comas who Romero That's the finding of a new study out of W S U. Researcher Laura Lewis is the first Washington State Food Security survey found that 30% or 2.2, million people reported experiencing food struggles. Four months into the pandemic Crier kick hope did we thought rates that probably ranged between Cannon 15. Percent of food security in Washington state, Lewis says some of the biggest challenges to getting food or that there are fewer food bank locations most or drive thru only, and remote learning means fewer students may be getting reduced or free lunches. Sue Romero come on news, and that brings our Cuomo news time to 604 and update on Cuomo. Traffic would do that for you every 10 minutes on the force. Here's Marina rack, Inger. It's a tough one South and I five, leaving South Center down towards the 5 16 interchange. They can't the Mines Road because of the long term collision in the right general purpose Lane and partially blocking the ramp. So I've been giving alternatives. I think Highway 99 South bound is still probably a decent choice as well as the West Valley Highway, depending on where you need to go on the South, down by five off ramp to North East 80th, the north Seattle of collision is partially blocking that ramp. We are other than that, actually starting to improve quite a few areas. There is an issue in Bellingham. Right now. It's a collision on state route 5 39. So that's otherwise known as Guide Meridian Road, and we have to the North bound lanes are blocked approaching East, Smith wrote Your next couple traffic at 6 14. Weather check Now here's Co Moh meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Hi, everybody Monday night here in western Washington, and it is going to be a bit of a damp turn again as we head into our Tuesday look for increasing clouds and eventually the rain makes a comeback, especially by later on Tuesday afternoon Gust your winds around the north End of the sound and the ocean beaches from the South 30 to 40 MPH. We've certainly had stronger win this month, but just want to keep you posted in case you're Gonna be out in about as we head into Wednesday, it gets cooler and shower. He could even see some thunderstorms in the snow level comes down to about 3000 ft. In the couple Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell had been holding at 46 degrees for the last four hours in Seattle. That's where it stands now Under cloudy skies at 606 here in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on coma, doctors had a chain of local urgent care clinic say lack of covert protective gear is the main reason they're walking off the job. Como's Corwin headache with.

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"He has appears to be prepared to send in state troopers into Austin following millions of dollars in cuts to policing that were approved this past summer. Now, I bet tells Fox seven news. He's fully prepared to make the city Council pay for every trooper. That has brought into the city and he's serious about stripping the city of its annexation. Powers allow people who have been annexed into awesome to dnx themselves from the city of Austin. Wow, that's big. Now, he says State troopers would focus on the area from Red River, two 32nd streets and from I 35 Damo Pack and around the U. T campus. Good idea. Yeah, Yeah, It's a good idea. Unfortunately, it zit something that we need unfortunate wish it wasn't like this, but it appears this is what is needed. Well, you know, you say good idea is exactly what you say. It's really unfortunate that that it's an idea that has to be floated it all. It shouldn't be. But here we are. You know, I have a feeling this governor is going to do everything he possibly Can do within his power within the power of governors, too. Too kind of, you know, quell wherever he can. What? What this Mayor and City Council are doing. He's aware of it. Of course he lives here. He sees it. He peels it himself. He knows that we have a situation here that it spun out of control. I think anywhere that he could possibly stretch his powers and interfere a times. I think you will. And I hope he does. I hope he does. And at any at any possible carefully. You careful what you ask for. You don't want a governor interfering in every city issue, do you? I mean, it takes his local? No, right. And you gotta be careful. This slope here. There's a reason for that. To be able to keep you only want the governor to intervene on things you're concerned about. No. But when we have a situation here when we have Ah Mayor and City Council, which they're clear goal, they're clear goal. Without question is to ruin the city, which they're doing. They're doing on a daily basis improves itself every single day one with the mandate there's more of them than there are of you. You know, I read Cassard, this entire city council this prop a. They won with a mandate. That is their little climate change legislation. They over this. The voters of Austin, Texas, overwhelmingly support property and they overwhelmingly support the defunding of police. You know, I think they did with the buttons that they push, but I don't think overwhelmingly It's the thinking here in Austin. Yeah, it's force the voters that turned out. Obviously, we still don't have enough people still going to that. We still don't have enough people going to the polls because I don't think I don't think that's the majority of Austinites are really don't the majority of Austin. I think we got to not want profit. I think we got too many people going to the polls. Look at the wrong people going into many uneducated. Yeah, exactly right. So I didn't think people vote nowadays. I just want to feel good about something, I think. Seriously, I think most people vote because they just want to feel good over gets new trains. Oh, that feels good. That be nice. The family not we went on a vacation in a city where they had trains and subways and bicycles. It looks so much fun running those bicycles. Oh, they're gonna have that here. Oh, let's vote for that. I think that's I think for a lot of voters is just a feel good. They feel good. I think so. And maybe just feel good about the fact that they're voting what you should. Everybody should vote. But It's got to be more than feeling good. It's it's got to mean something. It has to be for the For the better. It has to be making the world better. Bottom line. And this this past go round was that was not the case. So Yeah, Todd, I'm sorry, but I truly feel that we do have a city government right now. That is just hell bent on destroying this city. And I don't think they have that in their head. But but their actions that's what's happened. It's what's happened. What's happened? They don't they don't see the blowback of their current policies. Right? Right show? Yes, I understand the danger of you know potential danger. In problems with governor Maybe, you know, stretching his power a little bit too much here and there, But in this case, I'm glad he's there. And I want him to step in wherever he sees social problem because we need it. We need it right now. And obviously the police is the police situation is priority number one. Safety should be priority number one. I hear you, man. But elections have consequences, and the voters of Austin have spoken. They made a choice. I don't like it either. They made a choice. And I think some people are pretty well, they're not thinking clearly about the governor's involvement. You know what I mean? I mean, what if it was a Democrat governor, they wanted to move in and encourage City Council to cut funding for things. Slippers. Look careful what you ask for. I understand, I understand. But in this case you feel it's ah, dire need to save a city. I feel like we're being held captive by by a bunch of crazies right now, to put it quite simply. And some a mayor and the City Council who this town really means nothing to them. They're not from here. None of them were from here. They don't have much history here, so they don't have any perspective. Other than that, it was our world that they seem to want to create it. I could support somebody That's not from here running the City Council. But when you're not from here in the first thing you want to do is change Everything. Yeah, kind of disingenuous and it kind of it's kind of like salt in the wounds. If you would you're listening to the best of Todd. And don News..

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's news radio, Thanks last hour to two Heroes to hero police officers who almost lost their lives in the line of duty. Bob DiNapoli of Woburn and Mario Olivera of Somerville. You know, all of our hours are posted a TTE nightside onto me and dot com so Feel free to Ah, Just check it out. Night side on demand. Rob, I assume that we're getting the hours posted again. I know that we had about a week there where There was nobody around a post. But am I correct when I say that? People just don't I'm just double check for me When you get a chance. At some point, you could listen to past shows and then go back, and they're all sort of in reverse order, meaning at the top of the list of the latest shows we've had posted Again with the short staffing that like, I guess most organizations have had that. I just want to make sure I want you to go there anyway. Let me put it like that also would appreciate if you like night side on Facebook. We have a page that I'd love you to, like just W busy night side. With Dan Ray. Now we've talked about, um, two hero police officers and again if you'd like to support that organization, it's a Viper v i p 09 11 dot org's Viper V i p 0911 dot organ That is 80 Ah, five Owen c three charity, which means that would become a A deduction. Charitable deduction for you on your federal tax returns next year, so Ah, a couple of stories that are kind of police. Well, they are police related thiss. What is a little lighter than what we talked about last hours were just to kind of change the mood a little bit. But it just shows you how police they have no idea what they're going to deal with on any given day, so there's a story Um Out of Hopkinton, Massachusetts. When what do you think of when you think of Hopkins and you think about the Boston Marathon and Hey, Hop. Keegan, Hopkinton couple Thie, as reported by the Metro West Daily News were accused of walking their dog naked. No, not their dog. They were walking their dog while they were naked and reportedly fought with police when they were being arrested. The witch will missed wit, Trow, the Metro West Daily News reported. The 32 year old Mario Mariel Kinney, a 30 year old Kevin Pinto were allegedly walking down Hayden Roe Street, which I think is very close. If my memory serves to the start of the marathon. In the nude early Monday morning. With their dog named Lucy. There is no detail that spirit in this story where police responded to the scene around 6 30 in the morning. The sun is up, Okay? It's morning time, folks. We're not not three o'clock in the morning in your yard. Officers found both Kinney and Pinto completely naked. Police told the newspaper. That couple is accused of yelling and swearing and authorities after being questioned. What would you expect when asked whether they were okay and why they were walking in the nude? The couple also said they did not want to answer or spoke in coherently. The news outlet reported the two individuals, police claimed Then ran away from the officers when they were told they were going to be arrested, according to the Daily News was kind of wild, Hopkinton police chief Joseph Bennet told the newspaper. It wasn't the typical day in Hopkinton. That's for sure. They were buck naked. The violent struggle. A violent struggle ensued when authorities caught up with the pair there naked. I assume that It wasn't a long foot chase. Let's put it like that, the Daily News reported. Kimmy and Pinto are accused of striking officers multiple times and one policeman was even taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. He has since been released. Be hopping. Khun top couple had been charged or have been charged with indecent exposure, assault and battery on a police officer, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, according to the newspaper. They were expected to be arraigned in Framingham District Court on Monday. The Daily News reported. No word on the dog Lucy was it Lucy the dog. Yeah. Lucy, the dog. If anyone any look That that that's not a life setting a threatening situation, but You just never know again that is in Hopkinton. Now in Cambridge. The Boston Herald reports this morning and this is the one that I would really like to talk about. Cambridge proposal to use unarmed civilians for traffic cops instead of police is beyond dangerous, Rick So he's the writer proposal in Cambridge to explore shifting Traffic stop duties away from police officers to Unni, unarmed civilians would be beyond dangerous. The president of the Massachusetts major city chiefs of Police Tells the Herald the Cambridge City Council policy order. From two counselors comes amid the national Movement for police reform in and into systemic racism after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. But any changes to police departments have to be reasonable, said Brian Keys, president of the Massachusetts Major. City chiefs of police. My God, I wouldn't want a family member having the duty of an ARN. Armed civilians. Stopping of cars have keys to Chelsea police Chief. This is beyond dangerous. You just never know what you're going to be met with. We can't put people in unnecessary danger, and that's what this would be. The Cambridge proposed policy, reads quote the city manager. Look into transferring primary traffic.

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says moving forward fewer patients will be allowed inside offices and each person will be checked before being seen we're going to need to take temperatures before patients come in we probably will have the hair covers we probably will have shoe covers and we most likely will definitely have down on a society says many dental offices will have to work really hard to make up for being close that could mean working nontraditional hours or more hours to see as many patients as possible the suggestion from the Massachusetts dental society about re opening for non essential business for dentists would be may eighteenth potential changes coming along the banks of the Charles there has been talk that memorial drive could be closed to vehicle traffic WBZ's Carl Stevens reports so maybe not as something some members of the Cambridge city council would like to see happen but city manager Louis deepest quality told members of the council that at this time as the area is seen a surgeon by rich cases creating an open space that a lot of pedestrians could share could make things worse this is not all cops this is about allowing in the area to have a large population of pay yeah when the weather gets good that is not controlled all police by the Cambridge police department but by the state that's because it's a state road he said he is having discussions with state officials about possibly closing ma'am drive two vehicles but it's not going to happen right away that much was pretty clear Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio one of the first hit industries with covert nineteen and the hardest in the restaurant industry unusual times to call for unusual measures WBZ's Chris fama.

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:06 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That the surge in cases is still days away it is the talk of the town every town across the nation when will we re open the most important thing I think we all need to do what we think about re opening the economy is to do it safely under Charlie Baker yesterday at joint base Cape Cod the sight of a brand new field hospital as president trump backs off on his claim that he has total authority when it comes to re opening America he kicks that issue back to the states trump says parts of the country may re open sooner than his proposed may first St the president predicting some states could end their safer at home guidelines before the end of April we think that some of the governors will be in really good shape to open up even sooner than that will speak to them but we're all set but many governors saying they are not said insisting before they reopened they will rely on their own health officials and ensuring widespread testing not a presidential order Andy field ABC news Washington California governor Gavin Newsom is one of those governors he's starting to envision what life might look like in his state when it does re open we're trying to create an architecture around what that looks like in a very thoughtful way driven by this driven by health driven by science not driven by politics large gatherings of people likely will be banned for several months he says Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says Delhi police have followed up with more than a thousand reports of non essential business is continuing to operate despite orders to temporarily shut down Jerry Preston ABC news heavy hearts inside the Boston police department this morning as corona virus kills a longtime Cobb when the police commissioner announces one of their own has fallen it's usually not too a virus yet here we are he fought a valiant the courageous fight against cove it nineteen Boston police commissioner William crosses officer Jose Fonte as joined the force in nineteen ninety one and work to make a plane since nineteen ninety six he was fifty three our first responder families were not robotics we're not immune this virus is devastating almost everyone that touches both the mayor and the commissioner spoke with his wife he these four children and a grandchild Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio cove in nineteen the story of our times keeping up with the illness get use to social social distancing a new study out of Harvard says the world will likely need to practice some version of it right through the year twenty twenty two in the interest of social distancing the Cambridge city council wants to keep the cars off memorial drive leaving that road open for pedestrians and cyclists as the weather gets a little bit better and help is on the way for those working the front lines at nursing homes in the form of extra cash state officials will allow those facilities to boost pay by up to twenty five percent still to come on WBZ newsradio Hey mom and dad doing a lot of teaching the kids at home these days it's also have their jobs that they're trying to do it all certainly is not easy that story on the way six oh three let's check the roads as traffic and weather together and we begin with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes lari Grandy it is raining again it is raining again we get a water water everywhere not a drop to drink we get that huge water main break going on right now is just south of the pine street inn it's actually on Harrison Avenue in the south end and it happened actually at nine thirty last night they've still been working at Harrison Avenue was closed off between Mauldin street and east Berkeley street right now also going to crash to watch out for south on four ninety five it's on the ramp to the pike westbound eastbound route to this right lane closure for work between the Emerson hospital and Walden pond let's check in now with Kristen act in the my free insurance copter Allari were making our way south here on route one into the Danvers stretch looks very good up ahead in Peabody at the jug handle lights what lights cycle if it's red when you got there otherwise watch for the late drop down to three ninety nine and then the construction area Carter street Chelsea Krista docket of operate insurance copter died days Chris is still looking good on the lower deck in the lever connector down his well I'm Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on.

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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09:17 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is eight nineteen my name is Dan ray the host of nice I joining me on the phone is Cambridge city council Quinton Zondervan couldn't I hope I pronounced at last name correctly how did I do thank you perfect thank you very much for joining us we were we were trying to get you there at the top of the hour and so I I I set this story up a little bit I don't know if you had a chance to listen to what I had to say but just the spirit of full disclosure you know that I used the term illegal alien and I know that your phrase would be undocumented immigrant I I certainly won't impose my my phraseology on you and I and I just finished room you'll read you'll return the favor so when I say illegal immigrant we're talking a would you characterize as an on on documented by say illegal alien use your really think undocumented immigrants first the first question is is driving without a license is that a big problem in Cambridge the point here is to protect our immigrant community from then on I I guess I'm just I'm just wondering is is is first driving without a license as is that of a problem in Cambridge I'm just curious from a law enforcement perspective in absolutely happen tomorrow we knew what the okay so if if let me give you a chance to explain why you folks felt I guess the the practice from what I read and if I may correct him just trying to save a little time of that that this is been the practice that you folks have been doing for some time you have not been arresting anyone illegal six said it illegal or otherwise citizen or otherwise green card holder but now you have formalize this in an ordinance is that it's an accurate characterization no it quotes it's not correct to say that we don't know if anyone going with that we don't arrest people solely because they were driving without a license well I'm assuming and here again I just want to make sure that we're on the same page here quite and then in order for you for someone to be stopped by police and asked to show their license you know license and registration as as we've all been in that situation yeah I had to have done something I mean every time I've been stopped I either was going too fast or I didn't make a complete stop turn on ride or whatever there has to be probable cause in order to stop anyone I soon even that applies in Cambridge right I'm not a legal expert on that but your city council or I'm sure you I hope the the are you suggesting to me that the police in Cambridge I stopping people based upon I don't know the type of car they drive or what they look like you do you not series would you say that I didn't say that and you know the police can pull people over for whatever reason they said that's not true the best thing that's not true what did they have to probable cause they can't pull you over for nothing whatever reason they think it's probable cause but that they have to they have to articulate that's fine I I don't want to quibble with you but it but I just want to make I I don't want to depict the police unfairly or your city unfairly the police need probable cause they pull someone over so the pull the mall for doing something wrong or they believe they are right those things are not usually reasons to arrest someone and so if they encounter someone who's driving without a license they have the option of the best use of the law either arrest that person or to give them a court summons and so the practice and I have been to give them a court summons unless there is some other legitimate reason to arrest the person that moment and if they are given a court summons them to also be for the opportunity to ask someone to come and retrieve the car rental so that the existing practices all the small does it make it our official log that you want the police to solve that practice in Cambridge okay no I I get it and and I think with with with with gone a couple of minutes here to essentially confirm what I'm saying is that this is the practice now you put it into a little into into the old it's white white you feel it had to go into an ordinance because it's important from a public safety perspective to make sure that our immigrant community members that people who have tracked with them and support them to feel safe contacting the police we do not want people to believe that the police are deputized agent's advice because if they are in trouble in the sea some one trouble is he something wrong we want them to feel comfortable column okay fair enough to the best of your knowledge and your city councilor and so I assume that you can answer this question have any living in Cambridge or having been stopped in Cambridge who who were within cited for driving without a license have any of those people as a consequence of that been deported by ice is there any any situation you can cite you can say Hey this individual this is exactly what happened to him or her and as a consequence of this they were deported well we don't know that the challenge with a referral duration right now that they are implementing races and demonizing policies and they're not simply before they all are separating children from their families ornament keygens mistreating abusing torturing them log on sometimes to die you know what administration as for just a factual just just to be factual you do understand which administration constructed those cages so I am myself an immigrant as you know I know that could you respond as I said that I want to my going to my observation Quentin that you focus seems to be on the trump administration which I understand I get it I understand that but you don't know I can't write you pass saying something a without challenging you those kids are currently using did you know that you're referring to current government that implementing those practice the cage the spending bill that means so what he means to enforce immigration laws in our city log in registration that we want the corporate was not of this really I understand the politics of it I really do understand the politics of it that you don't want to cooperate no there's a group of people in Virginia a medevac how he shares in Virginia who have declared sanctuary states sanctuary kelpies I should say sex wake county sanctuary communities because of some gun laws that apparently were either pastor considered by the Virginia legislature are you simpatico to what does the communities are doing sounds to me like it's kind of similar to what Cambridge is doing declaring themselves a sanctuary city I am concerned about the safety of manly and the dignity of immigrants in our community like you don't want to answer my question I guess going to work hard and to support this country and do not deserve to be mistreated no one is not mistreated you're making statements which are factually unsupportable and I gotta be honest with you I was hoping to have a conversation we could exchange some ideas I ask a question about the folks in Virginia who declaring sanctuary communities and if you're you know in sympathy with them you didn't even want to respond to that a lot of concern about them I represent people will miss him okay sure enough all right but thanks very much for a very unlike the interview Preciado St you joining us his are gonna do folks okay I'm not going to put up with people who don't want to engage in a conversation and want to simply make a statement he probably gets away with that of the Quincy the Cambridge city council meetings not gonna do it on I tied and I'm not going to be mean or anything but if you if if a guest doesn't want to at least engage in the conversation one then we can move on so as a result as a result but then I got a phone call six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty your reaction to that interview and your reaction to the situation in Cambridge again I would advise advocate if you happen to be an illegal immigrant and you're looking for a community where you will feel most protected Cambridge it'll cause some of bill is a very close second as well and there are others here in the in the New England area my name's Dan ray this is night side six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty nice site with Dan.

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"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Corner area here in Brookline usually think of is there is a very very safe going to be much more careful in ninety and just walk around I always feel safe side just work around here so every morning every evening I'm going to my car I feel safe Evans says he'll be looking over his shoulder more look a little bit twice now check mess around a little bit better all three robberies were likely committed by the same man a knife was brandished in one of the incidents leaving this resident feeling scared but I don't usually go out late at night Anna just move to Brookline from England she says no more distractions while she's walking I might not wet my headphones sideline I listen to music Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio the Cambridge city council votes to lower the voting age for municipal elections to sixteen counselors will Nelson home rule petition to the state legislature state law requires voters be eighteen other cities and towns including Brookline conquered Lola north Hampton have tried to do this before to lower the voting age for local elections with no success FBI director Chris ray faces questioning in the houses is the first time the director's face lawmakers since the release of that inspector general's report in December that found the Russia probe indeed was justified house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler opening the hearing by calling on all sides to put aside their partisan differences and focus on the substance report documents important issues that affect the sacred liberties of American citizens I hope we can focus on those substantive issues where we are bound to find common ground and that the rail our conversation with long defunct conspiracy theories by the president or any of his minions during questioning director ray said rushes success in influencing our elections has inspired other bad acting nations to follow Russia's lead other adversaries besides Russia are looking very closely at what the Russians have done and taking note of it and giving active consideration is whether that's a play what they should have done it's two OO eight let's find out what's going on on Wall Street and beyond all things business Andrew day joins us right now from Bloomberg business news good afternoon Andrew good afternoon Laurie it's easy to find the stock going up today the market in other bass rally mode again following more testing of possible corona virus treatments will begin tomorrow also lending quite the hand signs from the US economy the strongest measure of services sector activity in five months according to the institute for supply management and the strongest one month increase in private sector job growth in four and a half years according to paycheck processor eighty P. two hundred ninety one thousand jobs added to business payrolls last month that is almost double what had been forecast by a Bloomberg survey of economists amid all that more than three stocks are rising for everyone slipping at the New York Stock Exchange the Dow is up three hundred eighty three points nasdaq gaining fifteen SB five hundred.

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A chance to weigh in at the polls according to the globe the Cambridge city council giving the thumbs up now to a measure that would lower the voting age to sixteen a bit of push back one counselor mark making the argument the teenagers just don't have enough life experience to make a solid vote but supporters say young people these days are more involved in than ever in politics in civil matters and they too deserve a voice now that the council approved at this home will petition has to go to Beacon Hill lawmakers have to give it the okay as well Cambridge has tried a few times actually in the past to lower the voting age state lawmakers denying this tried back in two thousand two and two thousand six well just hours from now in Washington the Senate will vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump the Republican majority is expected to reject them acquitting Mr trump on both the charges against him CBS is Nancy court is says even though that so a handful could still crossed party lines we're going to have our eye on for members of the Senate one Republican Mitt Romney of Utah who has not announced his position and three Democrats Joe Manchin Doug Jones and cures the cinema who could vote to acquit and if they do president trump will likely to help that as a bipartisan measure of support as he hits the campaign trail this year and Doug Jones just relieved releasing a statement moments ago saying now he will vote to convict later on today that bill coming in about four o'clock all this of course playing out after the state of the union last night we'll have more on that coming up in about two minutes right now though it's eleven oh three so it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three it's getting better all the time out there no troubles up to the north on one twenty eight you're looking pretty good Wakefield down the wall for everyone tonight's writers Saugus in revere up on ninety three south bound get reports of a minor crash near one twenty five in Wilmington not seeing any delays getting by that in fact you had a clean shot all the way down to the lower deck and say come bridge once you get over this take a bridge inside the oatmeal total watch out for crash sure taking out the right lane after purchase street a lever down ram seizing out quickly hung up a bit around the garden curvy get OnStar a west bound to get some right lane cruise after the hatch shell slowing it down a bit here on star a west soldiers field road you spell watch out for those right lane cruise just before the be you bridge expressway north bound that's a great right now from Braintree all the way up to the o'neill tunnel south bound not to bad coming down for Savin hill on your way down to that Braintree split routes three twenty four ninety five all looking good as is the mass pike here from four ninety five all the way into the hole where the Logan airport Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three is about to get a little bit messy out there when it comes to the.

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge city council" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To plan we started out with a bunch of clouds now we're seeing some sunshine and will see the clouds building and a little bit later on as well or thirty seven degrees right now and the pretty good look to this Tuesday morning for now here in Boston wind is going to pick up it's going to make it feel a little bit colder although temperatures will get into the mid forties again today we hit the pause button tomorrow and Thursday with highs only in the upper thirty so it's going to feel a little bit more like winter here in these parts in the next coming days but as we head into the weekend we're watching a storm system which could bring rain or could bring some snow fall it may also miss us it's just too early to tell right about now right now thirty seven and a little bit of sun in Boston eight oh five on a Tuesday morning tennis down under this morning and what a morning at the Australian Open Novak Djokovic punches his ticket to the semi final but it was Roger Federer stealing the show even before that and want to come back in you did hear that correctly Federer fighting off seven match points also overnight American Sophia cannon earned her way into the women's semifinal Cambridge is looking to become the next city to offer fare free bus service city council voting in favor of study and the cost of this pilot program with plans to launch the service on one yet to be named bus route several months ago Lawrence made three bus routes free in an effort to increase ridership the city is paying a quarter million dollars for two years of service and though the plan has been batted around in Boston city officials including the mayor say the free bus fare here in Boston simply is not feasible eight oh six now a Bolton bomb shell could put some pressure on senators on Capitol Hill to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of president trump final day of opening arguments today but what the president's legal team.

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